Alphonsus X, Rex Castellae: Tabulae astronomicae.
Edited by Johannes Lucilius Santritter. With additions by Augustinus Moravus. Add: Johannes Lucilius Santritter: Canones in tabulas Alphonsi.
Venice: Johannes Hamman, 31 Oct. 1492.
4to. A-D8 e6 a-h8 i-k6.  leaves.
i3.4 misbound as outer leaves of gathering i.
ISTC ia00535000; Goff A535; BMC V 424; Bod-inc A-221; GW 1258.
|Shelf-mark:||Sp Coll Bl9-g.25 (see main library entry for this item)|
|Bound with:||Bound (as the first of two items) with: Alphonsus de Corduba: Tabule astronomice Elisabeth Regine. Venice: Petrus Liechtenstein, 28 Dec. 1503.|
|Provenance:||Nicolas-Claude Fabri de Peiresc (1580-1637), French antiquarian: with Peiresc's gilt monogram on both covers described under “Binding”; similar woodcut monogram stamped in ink on title-page (A1r).
John Wright, library keeper to George Henry Hay, 8th Earl of Kinnoull (fl. 1723): inscription on verso of front free endpaper “Feb. 10. 1723/4 Collat. & perfect. p[er].J. Wright.”
James Smith, ca. 1645-1731, architect, who pioneered the Palladian style in Scotland: inscription on A2r “Mr Ja: Smith Archit:”.
James Moore (either James Moore, matriculated Glasgow University 1761, M.A. 1763, or James Moore, matriculated Glasgow University 1774): inscription on front pastedown “Ex Libris Universitatis Glasguensis Quem dono dedit Iuvenis humanissimus Jacobus Moore A.M. Glasguensis”.
University of Glasgow: donated by James Moore (before 1791); with shelfmark “BB. fxij n.2” written on front pastedown; shelfmark “D.11.1” on University of Glasgow bookplate attached to rear pastedown, matching entry in A. Arthur, 'Catalogus impressorum librorum in Bibliotheca Universitatis Glasguensis' (Glasguae: 1791).
|Binding:||France, 17th-century tan-coloured calf; both covers decorated with a double gold fillet to form two concentric rectangles; at the centre of the inner rectangle of each cover the gilt monogram of Nicolas-Claude Fabri de Peiresc, formed by the three Greek letters kappa, phi, pi. Rebacked and restored by Ian Maver, Nov. 1982; original endpapers put back; original leather spine lost; vellum manuscript fragments used to line spine (from a manuscript of Paul the Deacon’s Homilarius doctorum) preserved and loosely inserted in book; typescript note by binder tipped in at rear). Housed in modern brown cloth slip-case. Size: 215 x 160 mm.|
|Leaf size:||209 x 150 mm.|
|Annotations:||Numerical corrections in an early hand on A6r and A8v; letters “bb” in an early hand on front free endpaper.|
|Decoration:||Text enclosed within brown ink rules; the “Tabulae” within vertical brown ink rules; initial “M” on A7v and initial “P” on B8v supplied in red and blue; other initials supplied in red or blue, a few with additional pen decoration in brown ink; woodcut initials decorated in yellow; capital strokes in yellow.|